Former TWT Editor Sam Dealey, who was recently replaced after another family ownership shakeup, is now filing stories with UPI.
Dealey’s story today involves the Sudan’s election and has a dateline of JUBA, Sudan.
The piece offers a George Clooney sighting:
The atmosphere was filled with a euphoric cacophony. African hip-hop played from loudspeakers; women ululated; tribes danced and sang to the beat of drums. Actor George Clooney appeared. Southern politicians, meanwhile, strode confidently from interview to interview, delivering the same lines to the horde of satisfied press. “A historic day …,” they said, “… no to war and yes to peace …” “… free, fair, transparent governance …”
> Update: Noteworthy detail: UPI is owned by News World Communications, a Moon subsidiary.
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